Viking Line : Cruise the world’s largest archipelago between Finland and Sweden with the luxurious and spacious Viking Line cruise ships between Helsinki and Stockholm. Or combine two Baltic capitals – Helsinki and Tallinn.
The new Viking XPRS offers you the best qualities of conventional car ferries and catamarans, combining comfort, on-board service and reliability with short crossing times in all weather conditions. It is a modern ship that has been customised to the last detail for the Helsinki–Tallinn route. Fast, fun and friendly!
West Terminal : The West Terminal is located at the West Harbour and it concentrates on traffic to Tallinn. There are several daily departures to Tallinn. The terminal has luggage lockers, a trolley rental, a restaurant, café, kiosk, bank, an ATM and the Eckerö Line and Tallink Silja Oy service points.
There is a bus connection between Ruoholahti underground station and West harbour (end station). Take bus nr. 15. You can also take bus nr 15A from Elielinaukio (end station) next to the Central railway station to the West harbour (end station). Both busses are quick: it takes about 10 minutes to the West harbour. Both busses stop in the front of the terminal building.
Tallink Silja Line operates 7 routes with a fleet of 18 ships. Onboard our luxurious vessels you can reach all main sea ports and capitals of Northen part of Baltic Sea.
They connect Europe with Finland! Choose the route which suits your the best! Cruise from Helsinki to Turku, Aland, Stockholm, Tallinn, Riga or Rostock and enjoy both onboard services and the beautiful destinations.
Air Connections — Air traffic is handled primarily from the international Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, located approximately 19 kilometres (12 mi) north of Helsinki’s downtown area, in the neighbouring city of Vantaa. The airport provides scheduled non-stop flights to many important cities in Europe, Asia and North America.
Viking Line’s luxury ships sail every day from Finland to Sweden and Estonia (Tallinn). The Åland Islands (Finland) are accessible from both Turku (oldest city of Finland) and Helsinki on the Finnish mainland and Stockholm, Sweden.